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They are around here where we have a lot of hills combined with temps that hover around freezing when it snows. The slipperiest snow is close to the freezing point. The colder it gets, the easier it is to drive on snow. When it snows here, the wet snow at stop light areas gets immediately packed into a sheet of ice due to tire spinning and compaction. We also get a fair amount of black ice. Add to that the fact that most people here don't know beans about driving in snow or ice.
Fortunately, these conditions don't occur very often here, so I stay off the roads and just let them have at it.
 
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